The Transformative Power of the Exodus Yesterday, Today and Forever
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The world is in turmoil and on the local level so many Christian's are hurting. We want to be at peace—to be truly free and healed—in order to walk with our great God faithfully each day. As in days of old, into the chaos walks the world's true King: sharing words of life, calling disciples to follow, and recreating everything he touches.
That is the heart of The Transformative Power of the Exodus Yesterday, Today and Forever. Together we'll explore an ancient yet new way of understanding the God of the Bible and ourselves. As the people of God united around his saving purposes we will experience the difference that only his presence can make.
Come study and worship with your friends at JC Studies in Dayton, Ohio. In a unique exploration, James Whitman* will share how his heart for Jesus-centered discipleship is illustrated in the Biblical Spring Feasts.
In a world that's constantly on the move, how beautiful it is to discover the pattern of Festivals laid out by our Lord in Scripture. These annual appointments with God breathe new life into our view of salvation and discipleship. Every year we approach these set-aside times a changed people, and our Father's faithfulness calls us back to the original, big picture story of Creation and Exodus.
Mark your calendar for Saturday, March 7th from 10 AM to 1 PM. This event is something we're excited about, and we want you to get excited too! We encourage you to bring young people to this family-friendly morning which will edify your head and heart as a new believer or one experienced in the faith.
Here's a breakdown of our morning together:
10:00 - Welcome // Worship in Banners & Dance
10:25 - Session 1: What Did Exodus Mean to Jesus?
10:55 - Worship in Song
11:10 - Session 2: What Did Exodus Mean to the Early Church?
11:40 - Worship in Song & Dance
11:55 - Session 3: What Does Exodus Mean for Us?
12:35 - Communion Together // Closing Thoughts
1:00 - Conclude with a Fellowship Meal
This educational event is sponsored by The Center for Judaic-Christian Studies and is free of charge for everyone. All you need to do is RSVP by registering above (please note children 10 and under do not need a ticket).
Hosted by Church of the Messiah, there will be children’s time (for pre K - 10 yrs.) during session 3. The nursery is not staffed, but will be available for use at any time. If you're local and able, please bring a side dish to share for our meal afterward - but don’t let that stop you from staying.
Bring a family member or friend to join you for this special time of worship through study of God’s word, songs of praise, and fellowship with like-minded believers. See you there!
FOR THOSE WHO ARE JOINING US VIA LIVE STREAMING
You asked and we listened! We're excited to offer a way for you to virtually join us for this one-of-a-kind event. You'll receive an email from us with simple instructions on how to access and watch online.
The Transformative Power of the Exodus will be available to view up to 30 days after March 7th. And yes, please invite family and friends to watch with you. They do not need to register or help with the streaming costs.
Even if you can't travel to Dayton, we're so glad that you'll now be able to join us in spirit!
* Speaker Bio
James fuses a passion for people (over twenty years of pastoral ministry) with an emphasis on education (over fourteen years with the Center for Judaic-Christian Studies). He graduated, with honors, from Northwest University (1989) with degrees in Biblical Literature and Pastoral Ministry. Since that time James has devoted himself to training individuals, families and faith communities in the practical dimensions of discipleship from a Hebraic Perspective. James lives in Dayton, Ohio with his wife Tamóra and their four children, where he serves as President of JC Studies.
To help you prepare for this special teaching event, check out the articles at jcstudies.com/celebrate.
Liberty Worship Center
1180 Upper Bellbrook Rd
JC Studies (The Center for Judaic-Christian Studies)
We're glad you're considering joining this gathering of learners; it will be worth your time. Here’s a bit more about us:
Founded over thirty years ago by Dwight A. Pryor, JC Studies is an evangelical, non-profit teaching ministry with a passion for acclimating Christians to the life and times of Jesus. Through our educational events leading scholars share their expertise in the language, culture, and literature of Israel to shed light on Jesus and the early church—helping you grasp God’s Word more fully so that you can know Him more intimately.